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Nokia Update On Qt 5 Provides Open Assurances

From the time Nokia announced that it is tying its smartphone fortunes to Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 platform, expressions of shock have abounded, and we have written about why there may be problems with this hookup, especially as Apple's mobile OS and Android are taking on so much momentum.

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Meshcentral.com - Added Android/x86 support

Meshcentral.com, our web based management site already supports a lot of different devices. Yesterday we added a new Android/x86 port of the mesh agent to the long list of supported devices. One of my friends at Intel was working on getting Android working on a standard Intel tablet and since that was...

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SSH Tunnel Is the Easiest Way to Tunnel on Your Android Device [Downloads]

Android: SSH Tunnel is free, open source, and provides one-click SSH tunneling for the entire system or individual apps. The app's official purpose is to allow users in China to bypass what's been called "the Great Firewall," but it can be used by anyone who'd like to ensure private browsing.

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Tough SBC offered with dual-core Atom and PCI Express expansion

Kontron announced a PCI/104-Express SBC (single board computer) with Intel's single-core Atom D425 or dual-core D525. The Microspace MSM-LP includes up to 4GB of DDR3 memory, one IDE port and two SATA ports, LVDS and VGA video, four serial ports, six USB 2.0 ports, and two gigabit Ethernet ports, the...

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Sony Ericsson Cranks Up Xperia Mini Line with 1GHz CPUs

Sony Ericsson has upgraded its Xperia Mini and slider keyboard-equipped Xperia Mini Pro phones with faster 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processors, larger three-inch screens, and Android 2.3. Claimed to be the smallest smartphones available that can play and record 720p video, the phones include all the wireless features of a big-screen...

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